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    Peking University Staff

      

    Liu Shusen, Centre Director

    Liu Shusen of the College of Foreign Languages at Peking University is the China-based director for The New Zealand Centre at Peking University. As well as providing strategic guidance for the Centre, Professor Liu provides lectures on New Zealand literature for the New Zealand History and Culture course at Peking University. He serves as a key partner in raising the profile of New Zealand education in China.

    lshuseng@pku.edu.cn

      

    Liu Hongzhong, Centre Secretary

    Liu Hongzhong serves as the secretary for The New Zealand Centre and is primarily responsible for the organization of trips for Peking University students to New Zealand universities as part of an annual summer school programme. She is the term-time coordinator for the New Zealand History and Culture course at Peking University and provides instructional guidance students in the class.

    hzliu@pku.edu.cn

    New Zealand University Staff

      

    Professor Jenny Dixon, Chair of the New Zealand Advisory Board

    Professor Dixon serves as the Deputy Vice-Chancellor for strategic engagement at Auckland University, and as of 2013 she became the New Zealand based chair for the New Zealand advisory board to the Centre. In her role at the University of Auckland, Professor Dixon oversees the development and growth of strategic relationships and international partnerships which promote the University’s international standing as a leading research university to attract quality staff and students.

    j.dixon@auckland.ac.nz

      

    Professor Paul Clark, New Zealand History and Culture Course Coordinator

    Professor Clark is the academic director responsible for the New Zealand History and Culture Undergraduate Course which is a key project at the New Zealand Centre. At Auckland University, Professor Clark supervises doctoral and Masters research on Chinese film, modern Chinese literature and modern Chinese history. He frequently visits Peking University to assist and direct centre activities, lecturing for the New Zealand studies course, and conducting his own research on Chinese society.

    paul.clark@auckland.ac.nz

    Advisor to the New Zealand Centre Board

      

    Charles J. Rowe

    Charles is a former Liaison Officer of the New Zealand Centre and a graduate of Peking University (Master of Laws). He is an official of the New Zealand Government and holds several international portfolios covering ministerial trade missions. He remains a contracted advisor to the New Zealand Centre Board.

    Email contact: charles.rowe@tpk.govt.nz Phone contact: (+64) 27 235 8550

    Centre Liaison Officers (for all initial enquiries about the Centre)

      

    Cameron Toogood

    Cameron is a previous graduate of the University of Otago with a Bachelor of Science (Neuroscience), and is taking a gap year in Beijing following his third year of medical school. He currently studies Chinese language at the International Chinese Language and Culture Centre, Tsinghua University, as a recipient of the Confucius Institute New Zealand-China Scholarship and the New Zealand-based Prime Minister’s Scholarship to Asia. He is interested in projects promoting international scientific collaboration as drivers of global innovation. He serves as a Liaison Officerat the New Zealand Centre, and is a teaching assistant for the New Zealand History and Culture Undergraduate Course (when in session). Please contact him for all inquiries regarding the Centre, partner institutions, visiting fellowships, scholarships, and upcoming events.

    Email contact: cameron.toogood@hotmail.com Phone contact: (+86) 136 8122 0525

      

    Matilda Gaby

    Matilda is a recent graduate of the Victoria University of Wellington with a Bachelor of Science in Development Studies and a minor in Chinese language. She is studying Chinese language at Peking University as a recipient of a New Zealand-China scholarship from the Confucius Institute in Auckland for 2017 and the Prime Minister’s Scholarship for Asia 2017. Currently she serves as a New Zealand Centre Liaison Officer and private tutor. She is also a teaching assistant for the New Zealand History and Culture Undergraduate Course (when in session). You can contact her for all inquiries regarding the Centre, partner institutions, visiting fellowships, scholarships, and upcoming events.

    Email contact: gabymatilda@gmail.com Phone contact: (+86) 188 1066 9150